Rangers News & Rumors: Zibanejad, Johnson, Hockey Fights Cancer & More
The New York Rangers continued their up and down season with a win against the Washington Capitals Saturday 3-1 and Mika Zibanejad scored the game-winner in game number 30 of ...
Rangers News & Rumors: Lundqvist, Junior Rangers Girls & More
Now that the New York Rangers’ season is over, it’s time to focus on individual awards, offseason signings, summer camps, and, of course, the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The Rangers are fresh off of the lottery win and poised to take Alexis Lafreniere at No. 1. However, they’ve been busy of late with other business […]
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NY Rangers News & Rumors: Bubble Exit, Lottery & More
The NY Rangers were swept out of the NHL bubble in Toronto 10 days ago. They were beaten in the best-of-five series by the Carolina Hurricanes, losing 3-2, 4-1 and 4-1. They went into the series with the promise of a long playoff run, but the Hurricanes nearly evened up the season series by winning […]
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Rangers News & Rumors: Final Scrimmage, Islanders, Hurricanes & More
On the eve of the New York Rangers’ first game back since the pause due to COVID-19, everything seems to be right on track and the team raring to go. Related: Top 3 All-Time Rangers Goalies The Rangers will face the New York Islanders tomorrow in an exhibition game before their Aug. 1 best-of-five series […]
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Rangers News and Rumors: COVID-19, Fanatics & Fox
The New York Rangers have been busy during the NHL pause due to the COVID-19 virus. Here are some of the great things they’ve been doing with extra time on their hands. Celebration of Service The Rangers organization and Northwell Health have been shining a spotlight on frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve put […]
Rangers Can Make a Deep Playoff Run
The New York Rangers technically were outside an Eastern Conference Playoff spot when the regular season was suspended on March 12, 2020. However, before the COVID-19 lockdown, the Rangers had been playing pretty well. They were 13-7-1 since Feb, 1, and their two best offensive players, Artemi Panarin and Mika Zibanejad were on top of […]
New York Rangers’ Top-20 All-Time Goal Scorers
The New York Rangers have been around for almost 100 years and they’ve had some of the best players in NHL history come through their ranks, such as Phil Esposito, Jean Ratelle, Barry Beck, and Brian Leetch. They’ve also had some great brother and father-son combinations like the Cooks, the Hextalls, the Maloneys and the […]
5 Backup Goalies Who Shined in the 1980s
The NHL has had quite a few backup goalies go on to great careers. Many of them backed up legends or future Hall of Famers and eventually had great careers themselves. Here, we’re going to look at goalies in the 1980s who were backups during a Stanley Cup Final run or championship, and then were […]
Rangers’ Father-Son Combinations: Hextalls and Patricks
There have been several father and son combinations in NHL history. Some had a great deal of success and others had fairly quiet careers. The New York Rangers have had two father-son combinations that had a great deal of success over generations, and they both helped bring the Rangers a Stanley Cup championship as well. […]
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Rangers’ 5 Best Defensemen All-Time
The New York Rangers have one of the most storied franchises in all professional sports. Being an Original Six team with a long history of winning in the most famous city in the world is a lot to live up to. These five defensive stalwarts held up their end of the bargain and more. 5. […]
NHL Attendance Leaves a Lot to Be Desired
When the Candian Press ran a story with the headline stating that NHL teams were trying to get fans to come to games instead of watching it on television, I couldn’t help but wonder if that were true or not. Why would the NHL in the last year of its national broadcast rights deal with […]
The Rangers’ Family: 4 Sets of Brothers in Blueshirts
The New York Rangers have had many brothers that have played for them over the years. Here I’ll focus on those tandems that played together on the team for five or more years. The first of those was Bill and Bun Cook who started off with the Rangers in 1926 and the last of them […]
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The Richards & The Sedins: Comparing Sibling Greatness
Henri Richard passed away last week and stories of him and his older brother Maurice are being regaled all over the hockey world. Henri “The Pocket Rocket” Richard was small in stature. However, he was big on production, guts, and leadership. It was well documented that Maurice “Rocket” Richard had piercing eyes that were said […]
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Revisiting the 2014 Stanley Cup Final – Kings vs Rangers
This was a collaborative piece by Scott Blair and Barak Goldman The Stanley Cup’s history dates back to 1892 when Lord Stanley of Preston, who was Governor-General of Canada at the time, donated a trophy called the Dominion Challenge Cup to be awarded to Canada’s top amateur hockey team. The tradition started then that the […]
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New York Rangers and Ice Hockey in Harlem Team Up for a Goal
The New York Rangers have been working with Ice Hockey in Harlem since the program’s inception in 1987. From that time, the storied franchise has been lucky enough to provide opportunities for under-sourced and under-serviced youth in the Harlem community. The partnership between the two entities helps Ice Hockey in Harlem players gain access to […]
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Bruins or Avalanche Are Best Bets for Kreider Trade
We are less than a week away from the Feb. 24 NHL trade deadline and rumors are flying around like a Russian gymnast on speed. Probably the most sought after player in this year’s group of trade rumors is New York Rangers’ left wing Chris Kreider. He is in the final year of his contract […]
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Rangers Future a Bit Brighter With Shesterkin
Igor Shesterkin has played his first five NHL games for the New York Rangers and he’s proven the call up from the Hartford Wolf Pack was a valid one. He has a record of 4-1 with a 2.61 goals-against average, while all five games have been at Madison Square Garden. He’s come up with some […]
Rangers & Byfuglien: Could a Trade Work for Both Sides?
While the New York Rangers players were on their All-Star break, general manager Jeff Gorton was probably hard at work. At the very least his brain is sure to have been, even if he didn’t make or take any calls during the time off. A couple of questions Gorton may be asking himself are, should […]
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New York Rangers and 99: When Gretzky Hung’ Em Up
The 1998-99 season was a special one in New York Rangers’ history. It was the last season Wayne “The Great One” Gretzky played hockey. It was a time of mixed emotions throughout the hockey world. Tears, joy, reflection; and a changing of the guard would start to take place. The Great One and “Mess” Reunite […]
Rangers Have Needs & Options at the Trade Deadline
The New York Rangers have some things to contemplate over the All-Star break – they need to decide which way they want to turn before the season ends. Do they want to make some big trades that might bolster the team for a playoff run? Or, do they cut some ties and reload for the […]
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